This Is My Brave, a non-profit organization, turned down an opportunity to receive proceeds from Jamie Lynn’s upcoming memoir, ‘Things I Should Have Said’.
Jamie Lynn Spears was reportedly caught off guard by the decision of a non-profit organization to decline an offer of donations from her upcoming book sale.
Britney Spears‘ The sister plans to release a memoir titled “Things I Should Have Said” in January, and on Monday, 501(c)(3) this is my brave announced that she had declined the opportunity to receive income from book sales amid her family’s drama over the pop star’s patronage.
A source now claims People magazine that Jamie Lynn, 30, was “completely blind” by the organization’s public denial.
“The organization was recommended and investigated and we knew we were donating, but they were overwhelmed,” the source said.
This Is My Brave, non-profit organization declines donations from Jamie Lynn Spears’ memoir
The insider said it appears that the nonprofit is “essentially saying that one person’s mental health struggle is more valid and important than another.”
The insider concluded, “He took a clear stance on whose story was more important to him. His actions don’t seem to align with his mission to support all voices.”
“We heard you. We are taking action,” Dan, who focuses on mental health, said in a statement. on Instagram Declaring that they will pass on the motion. “We are deeply sorry for anyone we offended. We are declining donations from an upcoming book by Jamie Lynn Spears.”
In its caption, This Is My Brave stated that it “recommended to become a beneficiary organization for the proceeds” of the memoir, but ultimately “decided to decline the offer.”
The book drama comes in the midst of a rocky last few months for Jamie Lynn, on which his father, James P. Spears, also known as Jamie Spears, has been accused of not supporting her sister Britney.
Last month, Judge Brenda Penney suspended Jamie as custodian of her estate and ordered all of Brittany’s assets to be handed over to a court-appointed temporary custodian, a certified public accountant named John Zabel.
Meanwhile, Britney has hinted on social media that her relationship with her younger sister is strained. The rift intensified when Jamie Lynn announced that she plans to release a book that will reportedly address things like her sister’s guardianship as well as her daughter’s near-fatality. atv accident in 2017.
Jamie Lynn previously announced on Instagram, “I give this to myself, my younger self, and my daughters as an example that you should never edit yourself or your truth to please someone else.” needed.”
A few days later, Britney, 39, announced on Instagram that she was considering releasing a book of her own in 2022.
“Psssssss good news too… I’m looking at releasing a book next year,” she revealed, “but I’m having problems coming up with a title so maybe my fans can help!!!! “
Brittany suggested either “S–t, I really don’t know” or “I really care what people think.”
This led many to believe that she was aiming straight at his sister.
Granthshala News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.